Emmanuel George Cefai
The Skies All Leaden Eyed And Taciturn - Poem by Emmanuel George Cefai
The skies all leaden-eyed and taciturn
Have decked their winter garb
And with abuse of their authority
The May day into a winter day changeth.
How still the wind like to winnowing Spring
How hot the temperature – without thunder
The drizzly rain-drops fall in a brief shower.
And Dawn has gone down fast the Nix Mangiari steps.
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